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As Ramoowalia's staff serves a lunch of lentils and chapati, Minakshi, a 26-year-old who uses just one name, discusses how her husband in Toronto, Sanjeev Chabrotra, has returned to the dating scene – even though his wife says he's still legally married.
The two met in October 2007 and were married just days after Minakshi's father scrabbled together ,000 for a cash dowry and another ,200 to pay for gold rings and bracelets for Chabrotra's family.
In a subsequent email to the , he wrote: "There were issues of her infidelity before marriage and after engagement and hence the engagement was called off.
Despite the wedding photos Minakshi provides – they show Chabrotra in a white wedding kurta with red, orange and white garlands around his neck – Chabrotra says the two never married because Minakshi's family asked his parents for "0 million.""There are millions of issues and I'm not ready to share my bedroom stories with you," Chabrotra says.Kaur says the only contact he has had with her since then has been phone calls demanding a sports car and cash from his new in-laws in exchange for bringing her to Canada.But Luthra says he is the one who has been harassed and that Kaur's family only married him to obtain his ancestral home in Batala, a home now occupied by his 87-year-old grandfather."The only thing that family wanted is our house, money and Canadian immigration," Luthra said from his home in Brampton.Chabrotra had posted a photo of himself online under the username "DJSanj The Shark" and listed his status as single."Got the title of `most eligible bachelor' at my workplace," he wrote.
Luthra's family, which arrived in Batala in early April, had lived there years ago before emigrating to Brampton.